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Stunningly creative artwork on display for adjudicator

National Art Gallery of The Bahamas Community Outreach Officer, Abby Smith, recently traveled to Grand Bahama to adjudicate the stunningly creative artwork submitted by student participants in the 2016/2017 E. Clement Bethel National Arts Festival. (PHOTOS: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

National Art Gallery of The Bahamas Community Outreach Officer Abby Smith traveled to Grand Bahama to adjudicate the stunningly creative artwork submitted by student participants in the 2016/2017 E. Clement Bethel National Arts Festival on Wednesday, July 12, 2017. Enduring a series of challenges that included Hurricane Matthew, Smith noted she was most impressed by…
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‘Golden Child’ wins first Anything on Wheels and Car Show title

Trico ‘Golden Child’ was named the winner of the First Anything on Wheels and Car Show, held on Saturday, July 15 at Sunset Village, EMR. Trico’s white 2000 Ford Mustang with gold rims stole the show. Making the presentation was organizer of the event Freddie ‘Laffy’ Dean II. (PHOTOS COURTESY P and F Car Rentals)

Paulette and Freddie Dean II, proprietors of P and F Car Rentals, Eight Mile Rock organized the First Anything on Wheels and Car Show, which was held at Sunset Village over the weekend. Despite inclement weather, which hampered the official 12 noon opening of the event, car lovers and “pimp riders” turned out in large…
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Get your Zombie Survival Advice at the Regency Theatre this Friday

Survivors.

This Friday, the stage at the Regency Theatre will be filled with Zombies. Not real one’s of course! But lovely local children who joined Camp Centre Stage at the Regency Theatre to enjoy a two-week all-out thespian experience in Freeport. “This is the third year I have had the privilege of coordinating Camp Centre Stage,”…
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SCHL SUMMER campers have fun learning about national symbols and importance of recycling

SCHL SUMMER campers have fun learning about national symbols and importance of recycling

The Sir Charles Hayward Library (SCHL) recently offered students enrolled in this year’s Summer Camp the opportunity to display their artistic talents using a majority of recycled products, while at the same time learning more about a few of the country’s national symbols. The wonderfully produced pieces, three to be exact, were revealed to the…
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